Memorial ceremony at the Israelite cemetery in Kraainem Brussels - Vintage Photograph

SKU: SCAN-BLG-03441614

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Memorial ceremony for the political prisoners who died at Breendonck, as the burial of the sacred urn containing the ashes of Jewish martyrs who were gassed at Auschwitz

Dimensions: 18 x 13.2 cm

IMS SKU: SCAN-BLG-03441614

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The central Israelite Consistory of Belgium a. Sunday morning, at the Israelite cemetery of Crainhem-7ezBrurelles, to the inauguration of the memorial dedicated to the political prisoners put to death in Breendonck, as well as to the burial of 7 turne containing the ashes of Jewish mertyes, gassed in the extermination center of 'Auschwitz. Stole a general view of this ceremony during the burial of the 1st sacred urn, PHOTO BEIGA 2-6-57,

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